EVGA has launched what it is calling the “next generation of thermal interface material” with its new Frostbite 2 Thermal Grease. The new thermal interface material from EVGA claims to deliver highly efficient heat transfer under intense workloads while being easy to apply and ensuring optimal CPU to heatsink contact.
Frostbite 2 Thermal Grease is engineered for application on CPUs or GPUs and can be used in conjunction with air or water cooling solutions. EVGA claims that Frostbite 2 is ideal for high-end gaming systems or for users that want to push the performance of a system with extreme overclocking of the CPU or GPU.
EVGA compares the performance of its Frostbite 2 Thermal Grease with two unnamed competitors and shows that it beats them by 2 or 3 degrees Celsius in tests. Frostbite 2 is built for high-performance systems with a thermal conductivity value of 1.6 W/m-K and said to be easy to apply using the traditional 2.5-gram syringe it is contained inside.
EVGA Frostbite 2 Thermal Grease features:
- Breakdown Voltage (V/mil) 250
- Built for High Performance
- Colour Grey
- Easy to Apply
- Great Thermal Conductivity
- Operating Temperature -40~180 degrees Celsius
- Specific Gravity (g/cm³) 3
- Weight 2.5 Gram Syringe
EVGA Frostbite 2 Thermal Grease is available to purchase directly from EVGA in 2.5-gram syringes priced at $7.99.
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KitGuru says: Without testing the Frostbite 2 it is difficult to comment on performance. However, the specifications suggest it should be a good performer. What do you guys think?